On April 6, I wrote about the creeping state control of our lives in the name of safety. I was pleased with efforts to repeal the motorcycle helmet law and oppostion to a primary seat belt law allowing cops to ticket people for not wearing a seat belt
A bill to allow rural patients to be treated by physician assistants awaits the governor's signature:
Jefferson City officials have, at least in one, minor way, exhibited good economics, good tax policy and good common sense in their recent decision to remove tax credi
I didn't care for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch's article on eminent domain activist Jim Roos.
Yesterday, my colleague, Sarah Brodsky, posted on the report on Missourinet about MoDOT's desire to improve Amtrak's performance in order to increase ridership.
I'm pleased to announce that the Show-Me Institute has a new editor.
Here's a funny excerpt from the legislative report of the Missouri Medical Association, the
cartel professional association that believes expectant mothers shouldn't have the option of utilizing the services of a midwife:
O'Fallon, Mo., is considering expanding its city council in response to rapid population growth.